OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department will again host the Winterfest Soccer Camp during the Christmas school break.
The camp is open to boys and girls ages 6 to 16 and includes top-notch instruction and first-rate fun. This year’s Camp Director, Eddie Pinto, is a player and coach with a distinguished soccer career including an undefeated and not-scored-upon season as coach of Parkside High School’s JV Girls Soccer Team.
In addition, Pinto brings nine years of experience as director of the Mid-Atlantic Soccer Club, five years as director of Eastern Shore United Soccer Club, and multiple season, tournament and league championships. A talented staff of collegiate players, including Alex Pinto, Lindsey Keen, Abby Keen, and Tyler “Chuck” Taylor, will assist Coach Pinto with instruction.
The Winterfest Soccer Camp will be held December 22-23, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Northside Park Recreation Complex on 125th Street, in Ocean City. The cost of this camp for Ocean City residents is $40.00 and the cost for non-residents is $50.00. Space is limited. To register online, visit www.oceancitymd.gov or stop by Northside Park for a registration form. For more information, contact Lynda Brittingham at (410) 250-0125.
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BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity indoor track teams turned in solid performances last week in the first Bayside Conference meet of the 2014-2015 season and collected a handful of first-place individual finishes along the way. The Decatur girls finished 5th overall and first among the Bayside South teams in the meet and earned several individual first-place awards. Jillian Mitrecic finished first … Continue reading
BERLIN- It was a see-saw start for the Worcester Prep boys’ varsity basketball team to start the season this week as the Mallards split their first two games of the 2014-2015 campaign. Worcester beat Gunston handily on the road in the season opener last Wednesday, 62-16. Back in action at home on Monday, the Mallards fell to Chincoteague, 59-48. Against … Continue reading
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OCEAN CITY- Despite chilly temperatures and high winds, the 3rd Annual Winterfest Jingle Bell Run last Sunday was again a big success with 165 runners competing. The event took place last Sunday at Winterfest of Lights in Northside Park on 125th Street. The race took runners through an animated course of dazzling lights and spectacular holiday displays. Participants dressed in … Continue reading
BERLIN- Stephen Decatur’s varsity basketball team rode strong second and third quarter and another outstanding performance by senior Keyon Eley to roll past visiting Mardela, 71-48, on Tuesday at home to improve to 2-0 on the season. Decimated by graduation and transfers, Decatur opened the 2014-2015 campaign with a young and inexperienced, but very athletic team and the Seahawks have … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- After a fast start to the 2nd Annual Ocean City Marlin Club Rockfish Tournament, a persistent harsh weather and rough seas kept most of the participating vessels at the dock through mid-week, but with a few days remaining, there could be a shakeup in the standings. The Marlin Club’s second-ever rockfish tournament began last Friday and will run … Continue reading
BERLIN- The 7th Annual Reindeer Run 5K, sponsored by Live Long Fitness, is set to return on December 6 with an early morning start time through downtown Berlin. The annual race, which has become a fixture on the local holiday schedule since its inception six years ago, starts and finishes at the Atlantic Hotel. With the town decorated, the event … Continue reading
OCEAN CITY- The Bull Assassins captured the 2014 Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department Fall Flag Football League championship in impressive fashion last week, beating Kirby’s Red Onion twice on the league’s last night to take the title. Kirby’s beat the Bull Assassins in the semifinals, sending them to the loser’s bracket where they would have to battle back for … Continue reading